Electrical sender (Probe) 3080-37 for cluster-type instrument.
5/8"-18, 10/32 Thread
Note: Used 177-18 Thermistor curve “E”
Part fit and worked perfect, thank you for the tech support. Robert
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Ohms vary by temperature. Please see the "Specifications" tab on this web page for the Ohms breakdown by temperature.
The Rochester 3080-37 oil temp probe does come with the washer, nut and gasket.
Power is not connected to the Rochester oil temperature probe (3080-37) and therefore the voltage of your system is not a factor.
This unit does not come with FAA/PMA approval, but is the same make and model, and used for the same engine applications in experimental aircraft.
Per the manufacturer, there is no cross reference of this part to S2334-4, only to Cessna S32335-1.
Dynon recommends using Dynon probes with their EFIS systems.
Approx 1/2 inch.
Yes, the threaded end rotates on part # 3080-37.
Technically it should work but it would not come with the required documentation. Please consult with your A&P to determine if these could be legally installed in your aircraft.
Yes, this should be compatible with that engine.